Then don’t. Nobody’s asking you to do so. And I’m not attacking you personally, either, so I’m not sure why you’re accusing me of baiting you to get the thread deleted.
Okay, so you don’t like that particular… place, encounter, whatever the hell it is. I haven’t found that one yet, so I’m not sure. Frankly, it would’ve been a lot more interesting to read about it: where to find it, what’s there and why you think it sucks.
But instead, you found one thing you didn’t like and you decided to extrapolate it to the whole map:
No. It doesn’t. It describes what you found. In 3 hours, according to what you wrote.
Yeah, I’m not a fan of grind, either. Farming is something I can live with, but grinding because of slot machine mechanics is my pet peeve. And there’s certainly a lot of that on Siptah.
That’s the thing – there is more to find. You just haven’t found it yet. To be honest, I haven’t found all of it, either.
And hopefully they’ll add more stuff, too. That’s basically why I spent $20 on it in the first place, because that way I pay less because I bought it unfinished, but I get the full product when they finish it without having to pay extra for it. The best thing is that if I get bored with what it’s like right now, I can go back to Exiled Lands and wait until they finish Siptah, and come back to see what it’s like, without paying more.
That doesn’t mean you or anyone else should be satisfied with that. But one of your questions was “why pay €20 for this” and this is my answer
That has nothing to do with Siptah. That change applies to whole Conan Exiles, both Siptah and Exiled Lands. Everyone’s stuck with that change.
And honestly, it’s more than a bit weird. It’s downright confusing, because it fails at every single of its stated goals. Did it reduce fish trap spam? Hell no, people are still spamming them and cluttering up rivers, only now they’re spamming compost heaps, too. Did it get rid of passive resource production? Nah, that’s why people are spamming compost heaps. Did it reduce the strain on the server? Um, not really, because 10 fish traps should strain the server less than 10 fish traps plus 10 compost heaps.
Funny, I play Conan Exiles because I don’t like MMOs. And if you believe MMOs are “much better”, then I suspect you’ll never like Conan Exiles. I played New World beta this year, for example, and I loathed it. It’s even more grindy than Conan Exiles, but you don’t get any meaningful choices from that grind.
At the very least, Conan Exiles gives me some choices about what to grind and what to do with the rewards of that grind. MMOs are just grind for more loot and more XP so you can level and go down the tech tree so you can grind better…
EDIT: I changed the bit where I said “nobody’s attacking you” because I skipped over the reply that did get somewhat personal in its use of idioms